Jeremy Scott

Bio: Jeremy Scott is a National Hunt trainer based at High Holworthy Farm in Brompton Regis, Somerset. The former point to pointer, applied for his training license in 2007 and it wasn’t long before he found his feet.

 

The farmer turned trainer had his first successwith Gone To Lunch who went on to win 8 times over the next 5 years claiming almost a quarter of a million in prize money. Another stand out for Scott was grade one winner Melodic Rendezvous, winning 8 of 31 starts with a comparable prize money total to Gone To Lunch.

Ever the family man, Jeremy Scoot attribes much of his success to his wife Camilla, who has been by his side in racing since the point to point days.

 

Website: http://www.jeremyscottracing.net/

News / Blog: http://www.jeremyscottracing.net/latest-news

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Contact: holworthyfarm@yahoo.com

 

Ian Williams

Bio: Ian Williams is a horse trainer based at Racing Stables situated in the heart of the Midlands. The son of successful jockey, the late  Billy Williams, Ian was hesitant to follow his father, but still had an interest in racing. Consequently he fell into training, and was assistant to Jenny Pitman for a time. From there he moved on to periods with Martin Pipe and Francois Doume, before joining forces with Patrick Kelly to set up Dominion Racing Stables.

Time spend with Francois Doume paid dividends and no doubt eased the way to Williams first Grade 1 winner in the Prix la Haye Jousselin, Batman Senora. Further wins followed and finally noteable Festival success at the Cheltenham Festival in 2016  when Ballyaltonwon the Close Brothers Novices’ Handicap Chase.

With well over 1000 winners, and as a dual purpose trainer, Williams has the distinction of having had a winner at every single UK racecourse. This very balance approach led to prize money of around £450,000 over the jumps, and £600,000 over the flat in 2016/17.

If the past is any indication of the future, Ian WIlliams has many more wins to come!

 

Website: http://www.ianwilliamsracing.com/

News / Blog: http://www.ianwilliamsracing.com/news

Social: https://twitter.com/ianwilliamsraci

Contact: info@ianwilliamsracing.com

 

Hugo Palmer

 Bio: After an education is racing via Patrick Chamings, Hughie Morrison and Gabriel Marie “Gai” Waterhouse, Hugo Palmer took out a license to train in 2011. Based at Kremlin Cottage Stables in Newmarket Palmer hit the ground running, with early success even though he only had 11 horses in training at the time. The win came at Brighton via Steady The Buffs and it bouyed the trainer on. Two listed wins from Making Eyes followed as did group winners,  , Aktabantay (in the Solario Stakes at Goodwood) and New Providence.

In 2015 further strides were made, this time in the form of a Classic win, Galileo Gold in the 2000 Guineas. The horse then went on to win at Royal Ascot. Total prize money for that season topped £2 million, showing that he’s a force to be reckoned with, despite still being relatively new to his horse trainer role.

 

Website: http://www.hugopalmer.com/

News / Blog: http://www.hugopalmer.com/hugos-blog-latest-posts.php

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Contact: info@hugopalmer.com

 

Gay Kelleway

Bio: Gay Kelleway describes herself as a ‘Racehorse Trainer and former Champion Lady Jockey’. She holds the accolade of being the first, and only, woman to have ridden a Royal Ascot winner almost 30 years ago. She trains at Queen Alexandra Stables, Exning, near Newmarket, Suffolk.

Starting out as a rider, Kelleway took out her trainer license in 1992. After moving around various stables she settled into Whitcombe Manor Stables in the Dorset countryside until 1998. At that time she moved moved to Lingfield racecourse, becoming the very first resident trainer there.

Big wins haven’t always come easy but there are some real stand outs such as Lightscameraction, a 20/1 winner the Sprint All-Weather Championships  at Lingfield in 2015. The win was worth close to £100,000. This more steadcy as you go attitude has paid off though, with Gay Kelleway amassing 600 winners in her career so far.

 

Website: http://www.gaykellewayracing.com/

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Contact: gaykellewayracing@hotmail.co.uk

 

Charlie Mann

Bio: Charlie Mann is a national hunt horse trainer based at Neardown Stables, Upper Lambourn,
West Berkshire.  Mann’s career in racing began as a rider, where he amassed 149 winners over a 15 year timeframe. Serious injury though ended his career and after trying his hand at various other things, he came to realise that horse racing was his primary area of knowledge and so returned to the sport.

A period of assistant trainer under Cath Walwyn followed and in 1993 it was time for him to go it alone. Having experienced some early success in 1998, Mann bought Whitcoombe Stable. The move immediately made sense, with a grade one winner, Celibate, in the BMW Chase at Punchestown come soon after.

2008/2009 proved to be a good year resulting in £641,000 in prize money through 63 wins such. Moving to Neardown Stables (essentially just down the road!) in 2012, Charlie Mann continues to have success to this day with over 800 wins and counting!

 

Website: https://charliemannracing.com/

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Contact:  Charlie@charliemann.info